About CWCI Australia
Who we are
CWCI Australia is a Bible-based, interdenominational, faith ministry, by women to women. Our membership is drawn from women in good standing within Protestant evangelical churches across Australia.
CWCI New Zealand
CWCI NZ is the New Zealand counterpart to CWCI Australia. About 10 years after its beginnings in Australia, CWCI was established in New Zealand in 1968. A non-denominational and now an international organisation, it has touched the lives of thousands of women throughout the world through a variety of activities. The New Zealand Board overseas CWCI ministry in Fiji.
Know Your Bible United Kingdom
Know Your Bible UK is the United Kingdom counterpart to CWCI Australia. The UK Board has responsibility to support the work of Know Your Bible both in the UK and in Europe. A particular focus of our work is translating KYB material into different languages to make the Bible accessible to women in Eastern Europe.
Missions Interlink is the Australian network for global mission.
We exist to connect Australians with a passion for global mission. Together, as God’s people, we can be more effective in cross-cultural and global mission, and demonstrate unity in Christ.
We operate across Australia providing training and networking opportunities, sharing information and resources, facilitating collaboration and high standards of practice, and advocating on behalf of our Members and Associates.
Missions Interlink is a ministry of the Australian Evangelical Alliance Inc. ABN 54 056 007 820, a registered charity with ACNC.
ChildSafe Limited exists to serve organisations and individuals working with children and vulnerable people, with the goal of improving their well-being and safety.
As a children’s Harm Prevention Charity we provide many practical tools and training to help community organisations transition from policy to good practice.
We are an initiative of Scripture Union Australia, conceived and developed as an internal project, before creating ChildSafe Limited as a separate entity in 2007. ChildSafe actively partner with churches, schools and other community organisations.